According to Lukashenko, on the morning of the 24th after the uprising broke out, he had a telephone conversation with Putin at the request of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Bearing in mind that in Russia there is a saying that “a good war is better than a bad peace”, Mr. Lukashenko said that “any bad peace is better than war”, and negotiated with Mr. Prigozhin avoiding the hard -line measurements.suggested to do so. “It’s no use. He will not answer the phone, he will not speak to anyone,” Putin said. But when Lukashenko tried to call through subordinates and acquaintances, Prigozhin answered. “What do you want?” asked Mr. Lukashenko. When Lukashenko said: “We cannot hand them over, especially in this situation,” Prigozhin said: “We want justice. They (Shoig and Gerasimov) are going to strangle Wagner. They will go to Moscow,” he said. Mr. Lukashenko is said to have urged him to reconsider, saying: “You will be squashed like a bug on the road.” After a long period of persuasion, Lukashenko said: “Do what you want, but don’t be angry with me. I am preparing to send a brigade (of the Belarusian army) to Moscow. The chaos of Russia is Belarusian.” it is because it will be extended to In addition, Belarus accepted Prigozhin and offered an arbitration plan to ensure his safety. In response, Mr. Prigogine replied: “I would like to consult with the commanders.” A few hours later, Prigozhin told Lukashenko that he had accepted the offer and called off the uprising.